Aurora lights, one of the most striking Earth's natural phenomena, have made a spectacular appearance over skies of north western Anglesey in North Wales, on September 8, 2015.
Aurora lights, or Northern Lights are caused by electrically charged particles distributed by solar winds into the Earth's magnetosphere. As the particles interact with the gases in the planet's atmopshere they take on distinct, intensive coloring.
Video credit: Kevin Lewis
Photographer Kevin Lewis shot an incredible timelapse footage of the phenomena, that illuminated the skies over Cemlyn Bay in the early hours of September 8.
The 58 second time-lapse video was shot by using three cameras shooting concurrent sequences.
Featured image: Aurora Borealis over Cemlyn Bay, North Wales. Credit: Kevin Lewis.
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